Ryanair is seeking to have the Norwegian government roll back plans for an environmental tax for flights originating in Norway, saying such a move would harm jobs and growth in the Nordic nation. The proposed tax of NOK80 ($8.95) per passenger is due to become effective April 1. Ryanair has consistently taken a hard line stance against passenger taxes across Europe, saying they not only harm air transport, but cause job losses in the aviation and tourism industries of countries that impose ...
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